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World Tour Plan was established in 2009 by a team of true professionals equipped with years of experiences and capacity in the tourism and hospitality industry. Emblazoned with our mission of being ‘At its best for Travelers’ we endeavor to make each one of your visits a truly special one. Our tour packages are designed in such a way that through them, you get the real taste and treat of true Bhutan.

We also provide special interest trips that acquaint visitors with even the minutest details of this wonderland called Bhutan. Our trips are led by a team of professional guides certified by the Tourism Council of Bhutan. These guides are well equipped with all the skills, attitude, aptitude and knowledge pre-requisite of a tour...Read more

WHERE IS BHUTAN LOCATED ?
Nestled in the Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world, often known as the ‘Last Shangri-la’. From the picturesque villages to the colorful monasteries perched on cliffs, to spotting endangered black necked cranes and to soaking in the sights of the mountains splashed with rhododendron blooms, it is packed with cultural and natural treasures. Bhutan’s natural beauty and spectacular charm never fails to reward the inquisitive.

WHY VISIT BHUTAN?

There is more to Bhutan's scenic beauty. The fast flowing rivers, the winding roads and the varying terrain provide ample avenues for activities like mountain...

BEST TIME TO VISIT BHUTAN

Bhutan enjoys four distinct seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter and, although you can visit all year round, spring (March-May) and autumn... 

TOP 5 THINGS TO SEE IN BHUTAN

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